The IRS audits less than 1% of the total tax returns filed. There is usually a reason a particular return gets selected.
While it is true that the IRS cannot one day put a lock on your residence and sell your house, they can take action to do just that. If a Revenue Officer is convinced that it is in the best interest of the government, he or she will request the Justice Department file a lawsuit…Details
At my first meeting with a prospective new client, their biggest fear is people is going to jail for not filing tax returns or not paying outstanding debt. As a general rule, all the IRS wants from most people are all of the tax returns and an agreement to resolve the balance owed.
Many small businesses are unable to pay their payroll taxes for various reasons. Often, they do not have enough money to pay all of their bills. If they do not pay their rent, they will get evicted. If they do not pay their utilities, they will be shut off. If they do not pay their…Details